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No. 28882 406 Storage and More Auction 2435 US Hwy 93 S. Kalispell, MT 406-300-0033 Personal property will be sold at auction for rents not paid at 11:30 AM Friday, Sep 26th, 2022. Cash only Caitlin Rose Mattern - Unit 37 September 16, 23, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28912 PUBLIC NOTICE The Flathead County Board of Commissioners approved payroll and claims for payment in the amount of $6,064,740.38 for the period beginning August 1, 2022 and ending August 31, 2022. The full and complete claim list is available for public view in the Finance Office, Flathead County Courthouse, 800 S Main, Room 214, Kalispell, Montana or online at https://flathead.mt.gov/finance/downloads.php. Individual requests for personal copies will be accepted by the Finance Office. Dated this 19th day of September, 2022. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Flathead County, Montana By: /s/ Pamela J. Holmquist Pamela J. Holmquist, Chairman By: /s/ Debbie Pierson Debbie Pierson, Clerk & Recorder September 23, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28913 PUBLIC NOTICE The minutes of the proceedings for the Flathead County Board of Commissioners for the period beginning August 1, 2022 and ending August 31, 2022 are available for public review and are published online at https://flathead.mt.gov/commissioner/current_minutes.php. Individual requests for personal copies will be accepted by the Clerk of the Board, Flathead County Courthouse, 800 S Main, Room 302, Kalispell, Montana. Dated this 19th day of September, 2022. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Flathead County, Montana By: /s/ Pamela J. Holmquist Pamela J. Holmquist, Chairman By: /s/ Debbie Pierson Debbie Pierson, Clerk & Recorder September 23, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28898 MONTANA ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, FLATHEAD COUNTY In re the Marriage of: Sonya D. Hymas, Petitioner, and Eric B Wright, Respondent. Cause No.: DR-22-451A SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE TO: Eric B Wright You are named in a Petition to dissolve your marriage. Unless you respond in twenty-one (21) days, the court may decide against you without you being heard and give the Petitioner everything asked for in the petition. You must submit your written response within 21 calendar days. The 21day period starts the day after the last date of publication of this notice. If the final day falls on a weekend or court holiday, you may file your response on the next business day. You must file your written response with the Clerk of District Court at 920 S Main Ste 300, Kalispell, MT 59901 and serve a copy of your answer on the petitioner. Dated this 13th day of September, 2022 /s/ PEG L ALLISON Clerk of Court BY: /s/ SHERI LARSON Deputy Clerk September 16, 23, 30, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28910 Montana Eleventh Judicial District Court Flathead County In the Matter of the Name Change of Jake William Beaver: Jake William Beaver, Petitioner Cause No.: DV-22-1014 HEIDI J ULBRICHT Notice of Hearing on Name Change This is notice that Petitioner has asked the District Court for a change of name from Jake William Beaver to Jake William Christian. The hearing will be on 10/19/2022 at 1:30 p.m. The hearing will be at the Courthouse in Flathead County. Date:09/16/2022 PEG L. ALLISON Clerk of District Court BY: /s/ RACHAEL C. PARRA Deputy Clerk of Court September 23, 30, October 7, 14, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28892 NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGULAR VOTER REGISTRATION AND OPTION FOR LATE REGISTRATION Notice is hereby given that regular* registration for the Federal General Election to be held on November 8, 2022, will close at 5:00 p.m., on October 11, 2022. **NOTE: If you miss this regular registration deadline, you may still register and vote in the election by showing up at the county election office before 12:00 PM (noon) the day before Election Day. Election Office (has moved): 290 B North Main, Kalispell MT 59901 Website: http://flathead.mt.gov/election for voter registration forms and absentee ballot applications. All active and inactive**electors of Flathead County, are entitled to vote at said election. **Inactive electors may reactivate by appearing at the polling place in order to vote, by requesting an absentee ballot in any election, or by notifying the County Election Administrator in writing of the elector's current address in the county. Persons who wish to register and who are not presently registered may do so by requesting a form for registration by mail or by appearing at the county election office. If you have moved, please update your registration information by filling out a new voter registration card and submitting it to the county election office. DATED this 12th day of September 2022. Flathead County Debbie Pierson Election Administrator By: Monica Eisenzimer Clerk & Recorder and Election Manager September 16, 23, 30, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28905 On Wednesday, September 28, 2022, at 11:00 AM, a Public Hearing will be held via Zoom, for the purpose of receiving comments on the draft Department of Public Health and Huma n Services "2022 Weatherization Assistance Program Bipartisan Infrastructure Law State Plan Application". The link to the Zoom webinar is: https://mt- gov.zoom.us/j/82205290812?pwd=WG16bm5RUnYrcjFLYXVjUTB6RzlhQT09. Draft copies of the proposed application will be available at the Department of Public Health and Human Services, Intergovernmental Human Services Bureau, 1400 Carter Drive, P.O. Box 202956, Helena, MT 59620-2956 on Monday, September 19, 2022, or by calling 1-833-317- 1080. Written comments must be received by 5:00 PM, September 28, 2022. September 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28877 PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO PROTEST ISSUANCE OF ONE NEW MONTANA ALL-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSE LATE THAN NEVER, LLC (Nathan Stanton, Owner(s)) has applied for one new Montana All-Alcoholic Beverages License No. 07-912-0365-003 to be operated at TO BE DETERMINED, 420 Nucleus Ave, Columbia Falls, Flathead County. The public may protest this license transfer in accordance with the law. Who can protest this transfer? Protests will be accepted from residents of the county of the proposed location Flathead County, residents of adjoining Montana counties, and residents of adjoining counties in another state if the criteria in 16-4-207(4)(d), Montana Code Annotated (MCA), are met. What information must be included? Protest letters must be legible and contain (1) the protestor's full name, mailing address, and street address; (2) the license number 07-912-0365-003 and the applicant's name LATE THAN NEVER, LLC; (3) an indication that the letter is intended as a protest; (4) a description of the grounds for protesting; and (5) the protestor's signature. A letter with multiple signatures will be considered one protest letter. What are valid protest grounds? The protest may be based on the applicant's qualifications listed in 16-4-401, MCA, or the grounds for denial of an application in 16-4-405, MCA. Examples of valid protest grounds include: (1) the applicant is unlikely to operate the establishment in compliance with the law; (2) the proposed location cannot be properly policed by local authorities; and (3) the welfare of the people in the vicinity of the proposed location will be adversely and seriously affected. How are protests submitted? Protests must be postmarked to the Department of Revenue, Office of Dispute Resolution, P.O. Box 5805, Helena, Montana 59604-5805 on or before October 10, 2022. What happens if the transfer is protested? Depending on the number of protests and the protest grounds, a public hearing will be held in Helena or Columbia Falls. All valid protestors will be notified of the hearing's time, date and location. Hearings typically are scheduled within 90 days. A protester's hearing testimony is limited to the grounds in the protester's letter. Following the hearing, the Department of Revenue will notify the public whether the license transfer is approved or denied. How can additional information be obtained? The cited MCA statutes are online at leg.mt.gov/bills/mca_toc/. Questions may be directed to Lisa Patzer, Compliance Specialist for the Department of Revenue's Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, at 444-4332 or LPatzer@mt.gov. September 9, 16, 23, 30, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28887 PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO PROTEST TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF MONTANA ALL-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSE READY TO FLY LLC (BERNADETTE LEDUM, PAUL LEDUM, Owner(s)) has applied to transfer Montana All-Alcoholic Beverages License No. 07-999-2462-001 to be operated at THE LODGE AT MCGREGOR LAKE, 12250 Us Highway 2 W, Marion, Flathead County. The public may protest this license transfer in accordance with the law. Who can protest this transfer? Protests will be accepted from residents of the county of the proposed location Flathead County, residents of adjoining Montana counties, and residents of adjoining counties in another state if the criteria in 16-4-207(4)(d), Montana Code Annotated (MCA), are met. What information must be included? Protest letters must be legible and contain (1) the protestor's full name, mailing address, and street address; (2) the license number 07-999-2462-001 and the applicant's name READY TO FLY LLC; (3) an indication that the letter is intended as a protest; (4) a description of the grounds for protesting; and (5) the protestor's signature. A letter with multiple signatures will be considered one protest letter. What are valid protest grounds? The protest may be based on the applicant's qualifications listed in 16-4-401, MCA, or the grounds for denial of an application in 16-4-405, MCA. Examples of valid protest grounds include: (1) the applicant is unlikely to operate the establishment in compliance with the law; (2) the proposed location cannot be properly policed by local authorities; and (3) the welfare of the people in the vicinity of the proposed location will be adversely and seriously affected. How are protests submitted? Protests must be postmarked to the Department of Revenue, Office of Dispute Resolution, P.O. Box 5805, Helena, Montana 59604-5805 on or before October 3, 2022. What happens if the transfer is protested? Depending on the number of protests and the protest grounds, a public hearing will be held in Helena or Marion. All valid protestors will be notified of the hearing's time, date and location. Hearings typically are scheduled within 90 days. A protester's hearing testimony is limited to the grounds in the protester's letter. Following the hearing, the Department of Revenue will notify the public whether the license transfer is approved or denied. How can additional information be obtained? The cited MCA statutes are online at leg.mt.gov/bills/mca_toc/. Questions may be directed to Lisa Patzer, Compliance Specialist for the Department of Revenue's Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, at 444-4332 or LPatzer@mt.gov. September 16, 23, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28888 PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO PROTEST ISSUANCE OF ONE NEW MONTANA ALL-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSE GLACIER HAVEN RV PARK INN & CAFE LLC (Darren Olson and Mali Olson, Owner(s)) has applied for one new Montana All-Alcoholic Beverages License No. 07-999-2339-001 to be operated at GLACIER HAVEN RESORT, 14305 Us Highway 2 E, Essex, Flathead County. The public may protest this license transfer in accordance with the law. Who can protest this transfer? Protests will be accepted from residents of the county of the proposed location Flathead County, residents of adjoining Montana counties, and residents of adjoining counties in another state if the criteria in 16-4-207(4)(d), Montana Code Annotated (MCA), are met. What information must be included? Protest letters must be legible and contain (1) the protestor's full name, mailing address, and street address; (2) the license number 07-999-2339-001 and the applicant's name GLACIER HAVEN RV PARK INN & CAFE LLC; (3) an indication that the letter is intended as a protest; (4) a description of the grounds for protesting; and (5) the protestor's signature. A letter with multiple signatures will be considered one protest letter. What are valid protest grounds? The protest may be based on the applicant's qualifications listed in 16-4-401, MCA, or the grounds for denial of an application in 16-4-405, MCA. Examples of valid protest grounds include: (1) the applicant is unlikely to operate the establishment in compliance with the law; (2) the proposed location cannot be properly policed by local authorities; and (3) the welfare of the people in the vicinity of the proposed location will be adversely and seriously affected. How are protests submitted? Protests must be postmarked to the Department of Revenue, Office of Dispute Resolution, P.O. Box 5805, Helena, Montana 59604-5805 on or before October 17, 2022. What happens if the transfer is protested? Depending on the number of protests and the protest grounds, a public hearing will be held in Helena or Essex. All valid protestors will be notified of the hearing's time, date and location. Hearings typically are scheduled within 90 days. A protester's hearing testimony is limited to the grounds in the protester's letter. Following the hearing, the Department of Revenue will notify the public whether the license transfer is approved or denied. How can additional information be obtained? The cited MCA statutes are online at leg.mt.gov/bills/mca_toc/. Questions may be directed to Lisa Patzer, Compliance Specialist for the Department of Revenue's Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, at 444-4332 or LPatzer@mt.gov. September 16, 23, 30, October 7, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28900 PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO PROTEST TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF MONTANA ALL-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSE THE SITTING DUCK LLC (MICHAEL LAPETER, KATHERINE LAPETER, Owner(s)) has applied to transfer Montana All-Alcoholic Beverages License No. 15-999-3742-001 to be operated at THE SITTING DUCK, 15265 Mt Highway 35, Bigfork(lake), Lake County. The public may protest this license transfer in accordance with the law. Who can protest this transfer? Protests will be accepted from residents of the county of the proposed location Lake County, residents of adjoining Montana counties, and residents of adjoining counties in another state if the criteria in 16-4-207(4)(d), Montana Code Annotated (MCA), are met. What information must be included? Protest letters must be legible and contain (1) the protestor's full name, mailing address, and street address; (2) the license number 15-999-3742-001 and the applicant's name THE SITTING DUCK LLC; (3) an indication that the letter is intended as a protest; (4) a description of the grounds for protesting; and (5) the protestor's signature. A letter with multiple signatures will be considered one protest letter. What are valid protest grounds? The protest may be based on the applicant's qualifications listed in 16-4-401, MCA, or the grounds for denial of an application in 16-4-405, MCA. Examples of valid protest grounds include: (1) the applicant is unlikely to operate the establishment in compliance with the law; (2) the proposed location cannot be properly policed by local authorities; and (3) the welfare of the people in the vicinity of the proposed location will be adversely and seriously affected. How are protests submitted? Protests must be postmarked to the Department of Revenue, Office of Dispute Resolution, P.O. Box 5805, Helena, Montana 59604-5805 on or before October 3, 2022. What happens if the transfer is protested? Depending on the number of protests and the protest grounds, a public hearing will be held in Helena or Bigfork(lake). All valid protestors will be notified of the hearing's time, date and location. Hearings typically are scheduled within 90 days. A protester's hearing testimony is limited to the grounds in the protester's letter. Following the hearing, the Department of Revenue will notify the public whether the license transfer is approved or denied. How can additional information be obtained? The cited MCA statutes are online at leg.mt.gov/bills/mca_toc/. Questions may be directed to Lisa Patzer, Compliance Specialist for the Department of Revenue's Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, at 444-4332 or LPatzer@mt.gov. September 16, 23, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

No. 28907 PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO PROTEST TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF MONTANA ALL-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSE PIN 'N' CUE INC (Scott Ryan McCracken and Michael Sean McCracken, Owner(s)) has applied to transfer Montana All-Alcoholic Beverages License No. 07-937-2434-002 to be operated at PIN N CUE, 6570 Us Highway 93 S, Whitefish, Flathead County. The public may protest this license transfer in accordance with the law. Who can protest this transfer? Protests will be accepted from residents of the county of the proposed location Flathead County, residents of adjoining Montana counties, and residents of adjoining counties in another state if the criteria in 16-4-207(4)(d), Montana Code Annotated (MCA), are met. What information must be included? Protest letters must be legible and contain (1) the protestor's full name, mailing address, and street address; (2) the license number 07-937-2434-002 and the applicant's name PIN 'N' CUE INC; (3) an indication that the letter is intended as a protest; (4) a description of the grounds for protesting; and (5) the protestor's signature. A letter with multiple signatures will be considered one protest letter. What are valid protest grounds? The protest may be based on the applicant's qualifications listed in 16-4-401, MCA, or the grounds for denial of an application in 16-4-405, MCA. Examples of valid protest grounds include: (1) the applicant is unlikely to operate the establishment in compliance with the law; (2) the proposed location cannot be properly policed by local authorities; and (3) the welfare of the people in the vicinity of the proposed location will be adversely and seriously affected. How are protests submitted? Protests must be postmarked to the Department of Revenue, Office of Dispute Resolution, P.O. Box 5805, Helena, Montana 59604-5805 on or before October 10, 2022. What happens if the transfer is protested? Depending on the number of protests and the protest grounds, a public hearing will be held in Helena or Whitefish. All valid protestors will be notified of the hearing's time, date and location. Hearings typically are scheduled within 90 days. A protester's hearing testimony is limited to the grounds in the protester's letter. Following the hearing, the Department of Revenue will notify the public whether the license transfer is approved or denied. How can additional information be obtained? The cited MCA statutes are online at leg.mt.gov/bills/mca_toc/. Questions may be directed to Lisa Patzer, Compliance Specialist for the Department of Revenue's Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, at 444-4332 or LPatzer@mt.gov. September 23, 30, 2022 MNAXLP __________________________

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